Our Future If Today’s Geopolitical Trends Continue

“The year is 2028. A nuclear weapon just exploded in South Asia, unleashing chaos in a globe where nationalist movements and artificial intelligence have changed the dynamic of war. It is then, as the former national security adviser reflects four years later in his memoir, that the world was awoken to a harsh reality…”

Greg Treverton, SMA Executive Advisor, and former chairman of the National Intelligence Council (NIC), discusses the scenarios from the NIC’s January 2017 report, “Global Trends: The Paradox of Progress.” in his recent opinion piece in The World Post, a partnership of the Huffington Post and the Berggruen Institute.

Published on April 13, 2017 by

Dick Eassom, CF APMP Fellow